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Stayed in the honeymoon suite on the night before July 4th this year, after some hard work moving furniture and such in the heat in my nearby hometown, which was also emotionally draining because it was items belonging to my father who passed earlier this...More
My friend and I stayed at the Armour while attending A Southern Marketplace Barn Sale near the historic town of Red Boiling Springs. We found that the hotel gave us the feeling of stepping back into the past. We loved the attention the owners gave...More
Armour's Hotel is like stepping into a time-machine! The hotel was built in 1924 and it feels like you've been transported back in time. Every room is filled with antiques, period pieces, and memorabilia. Dennis, the owner and his family treated us like family. My...More
I have stayed in hundreds of hotels and B&Bs. When I am here, it's as close to being at home as i get. Dennis and Debbie treat me like I' m family. Debbie will provide you a home cooked me for breakfast and she will...More
This is our 1St time here but will not be last. We stayed in honeymoon suite. It was heaven. Comfortable, quiet, beautifully decorated. Dennis and deb made us feel like family. Deb is the best cook. Thanksgiving dinner was soooooooo good.
The hotel is wheelchair accessible with ramps, etc. leading to the front porch and into the hotel .... and we do have one downstairs room that is wheelchair accessible with a door width of 31". The bathroom also has safety... More
The hotel is wheelchair accessible with ramps, etc. leading to the front porch and into the hotel .... and we do have one downstairs room that is wheelchair accessible with a door width of 31". The bathroom also has safety grab bars in the bath/shower and also immediately next to the commode ... but the only possible issue might be the door to the bathroom which is a narrow 23" or so due to this being a 90-year old building. A normal wheelchair will not fit through that doorway. Hope this helps.